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PHOTO: JESSE ROGERS

• By Sarla Donovan

CONCERN OVER the layout

and future development of

Scott Park in Mt Pleasant has

prompted a meeting early next

month.

The Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board decided

to set up the meeting after

a deputation from Coastal

Pathway Group chairman Scott

Babington last week.

Mr Babington raised

concerns about public access

around the south side of the Mt

Pleasant Yacht Club’s new boat

shed, which is currently fenced

off.

Although larger than the

previous shed, which was

damaged in the February 2011

earthquake, the new building

wasn’t publicly notified.

This was because other buildings

in the park, including the

Mt Pleasant Bowling Club, were

demolished and not rebuilt,

community board member Tim

Lindley told Bay Harbour News

yesterday.

Mr Babington said he was

concerned the fenced off area

didn’t have a pathway which

would give access to public

users.

Yacht club committee

member Tim Prickett said he

didn’t think the boat shed or

the fence impeded access for the

public. The fence was to protect

planting,

“There are numerous ways

you can get to the waterfront,”

said Mr Prickett.

The community board wants

to develop a 10-year master plan

for the park.

Board chairwoman Sally

Buck and members Darrell

Latham and Mr Lindley will

attend, along with other stakeholders

and interested parties.

Mr Lindley said it was “timely”

to look at the future of the

park.

Neither Mr Babington nor

Mr Prickett were aware of the

meeting, but both said they

would be keen to be involved.

The meeting will be held in

early September, date to be

advised.

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be officially opened on

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Wednesday August 23 2017

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EDITOR’S

DESK News............................3-10, 14

THERE’S BEEN murmurs for

some time about the Mt Pleasant

Yacht Club’s new boat shed and

whether it impedes public access

to the Coastal Pathway and Scott

Park.

Today we reveal it’s more than

just murmurs (see page 1).

The Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board has prompted

a meeting after a deputation from

Coastal Pathway Group chairman

Scott Babington.

Scott raised concerns about public

access around the south side of

the shed which is currently fenced

off. Although larger than the previous

shed, which was damaged in

the February earthquake, the new

building wasn’t publicly notified.

Yacht club committee member

Tim Prickett said he didn’t think

the boat shed or the fence impeded

access for the public. The fence was

to protect planting,

Let the debate begin.

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Residents

accept in

good faith

• By Sarla Donovan

KIWIRAIL HAS met and

apologised in person to

Heathcote Valley property

owners with fences and

structures on the rail corridor.

It’s also going to visit each

owner in person, to ascertain

how they are using

the land.

About 50

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residents were

shocked earlier

this year when

Ruth Dyson

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a letter from

KiwiRail saying

they needed a “licence to occupy”

the company’s land at an

annual rate of $350 a year with a

yearly increase of two per cent.

The alternative was to remove

any private structures on the

land.

David Gordon, on behalf of

KiwiRail, apologised in person

at a meeting organised by Port

Hills MP Ruth Dyson.

He told affected residents that

even though KiwiRail wanted

to formalise the fact that their

land was being used by people,

they were not going to have the

“licence to occupy” requirement

or the $350 per annum cost.

Ms Dyson said the residents

accepted the apology was given

in good faith.

Mr Gordon acknowledged

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the “overwhelming majority” of

residents did an excellent job of

keeping the grass tidy, and also

protected against fires “which

KiwiRail didn’t do on their side

of the tracks.”

The company was determined

to do a better job in the future,

Mr Gordon said, particularly in

light of the number of fires in the

area over the last 12 months.

Each individual property

would be visited to “get a better

understanding of what the residents

are doing in regard to their

use of the property and in order

to keep the land tidy,” he said.

Ms Dyson said she was really

pleased at the outcome. “It shows

a willingness from KiwiRail to

remedy what was an unacceptable

situation, front with an apology

and work on a satisfactory

outcome for the future.”

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Julia Holden

People of Lyttelton’s rich history

Artist Julia Holden

is the creator

of the Lyttelton

Redux exhibition at

Canterbury Museum.

The Redcliffs-based

artist talks to Sarla

Donovan about her

work and arriving in the

city post-quake

What brought you here in

2012, when the city was so

broken from the quakes?

I had been living in Melbourne

for four and a half years and

prior to that was living on

Waiheke Island. My partner had

come here as a first responder

after the September 4, 2010,

earthquake, as a building

inspector. He was two weeks

away from finishing up when the

February 22, 2011, earthquake

struck. It wasn’t quite on my

plans as a permanent place to

live.

It must have been a bit of

a shock after the vibrancy of

Melbourne?

People were just trying to put

their lives together – they were

very warm towards me because

so many people had left. I grew

up in Whangarei and that’s

the landscape of my childhood

so Christchurch is completely

different to what I’m used to. My

family is all up there so I expect

I’ll return there at some stage.

Do you feel like you’re

putting down some roots?

We’re talking about leaving

at Christmas, but my partner’s

job keeps changing all the time

and being extended. If we’d

known we’d be here this long,

we might have done some things

differently.

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impressions of the city?

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MARTIN

HUNTER ​

was still in place and the houses

were still there; it was quite

eerie. It really prompted me

to think about how art can be

useful at a time like this. There

have been lots of spontaneous

things happening where people

have just done things – like the

space invader lattice. It’s been

fascinating to watch the changes

since that time; the city’s quite

transformed.

How has it affected your art?

When I was in Melbourne,

I was mainly making art for

myself, whereas here, it really

makes me think about how art

can be used to connect people.

I did a series of paintings of

Christchurch, and five of those

were installed as billboards

in Auckland in 2013 with the

title Wish You Were Here. It

was a way of sharing what was

happening in Christchurch with

the rest of New Zealand. The

thing is, I didn’t have a sense of

what wasn’t here. I’d never seen

the city before the earthquakes.

You must have experienced a

few tremors since arriving?

I’m from Northland and

we don’t have them at all. I’ve

experienced them in Hawke’s

Bay, but not like here. It just

blows my mind really, I’m

not surprised people were so

traumatised. It made me want

to help them and remind them

of the good things about the

city. It sounds terrible but, in

some ways, the city is not as

interesting now as it was. Purely

from a visual standpoint – I’d

never seen anything like it in my

life, I found it absolutely riveting.

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recreated for exhibition

You studied at Elam School of

Fine Arts in Auckland as a mature

student. What were you up

to before going to art school?

Before Elam, I worked in film

for 10-15 years as a storyboarder.

That’s probably why I like the

projects – I miss that about

working in film, the collaboration.

I studied architectural

drafting and then, just as I qualified,

the building industry collapsed,

which is how I ended up

in film. I was a chef before that

but my partner does most of the

cooking now.

How did you get the idea for

your Lyttelton portraits?

Again, one of those things

that just happened. Ideas evolve

from a kernel. The series prior

to this was I’m Your Fan from

2015. I dressed up Christchurch

artists and painted their bodies

to look like one of their

favourite paintings or portraits,

then photographed them. I was

conflating that idea of influence

and conversations about art over

time. In the course of that, Jeff,

my partner, was feeling a bit left

out – he’s not an artist but he is a

sailor. I thought, I’ll do a portrait

of him as Captain Cook and I

loved it; I wanted to do more.

How were they made?

BROKEN: Julia Holden’s Catholic Cathedral 2013 was one of five paintings of Christchurch

displayed on billboards around Auckland.

I worked with Lyttelton Museum

to nominate people, both

ordinary folk – the local butcher,

the sheriff, people who’d been

locked up – as well as the famous

ones. In most cases, I tried to

have a generational connection,

which is true for David Bundy

who portrays the local butcher,

and Elizabeth McCombs whose

granddaughter came down from

Wellington to do it. I’d find

something to reference the local

figure, a painting or something,

go down to the $3 shop and find

some clothing or material that

would be suitable. My friend

Wendy Rendle would help me

sew it into a costume. We’d

make the ‘outfit’ and then I’d

make the hair, sometimes with

a wig, sometimes with clay. It’s

like a sculpture, a ceramic and a

painting all together.

What’s a typical day like in

your studio?

It depends what I’m doing. If

I’m preparing a portrait, I have

to find the clothes, get the props

or make the props. Then I’ve got

to set up the studio space, mix

the paint, have a cup of tea with

the subject, because I want them

to feel relaxed. It normally takes

20-30min to do the painting, so

it’s quite fresh and wet when the

photograph is taken.

It’s an unusual style – did you

invent it?

No, it comes from Boo Ritson,

an artist I came across 10 years

ago, although she made more

Americana-pop iconography. At

the time I saw it, I thought that’s

brilliant, why didn’t I think of

that. I just thought it was so funny.

I was working in portraiture,

which is not very fashionable but

this gave it a different approach.

Are the portraits for sale?

They are for sale. I’d really

like someone to buy the whole

collection. I’d like them to find

a home here in Christchurch.

It’s been so much fun, the

interaction and dialogue and

working with the subject

directly.

Do you have any hobbies

outside of painting?

I haven’t got a lot of time

outside of work – I also have a

job as a teacher’s technician at

the training college in Dovedale.

I do really enjoy walking and, if

I wasn’t in Christchurch, I’d do a

lot more swimming (the water’s

too cold for me here.)

What’s next on the horizon?

I’ve just had a most intensive

work period and now I’m having

a bit of a pause.

•The Lyttelton Redux

exhibition is showing

at Canterbury Museum,

Rolleston Ave, until

October 23.

What’s being done

about Canterbury’s

water quality?

Look a little deeper at the

action being taken to improve

our precious water.

This year, there are new requirements on farmers

to limit the effects of farming on water quality.

The majority of farmers are already doing the

right thing, but more needs to be done to truly

improve our precious water.

We are working with farmers so that they know

exactly what they need to do. It will take time

for these improvements to have an effect on our

water quality and quantity, but we’re off to a

good start.

Look a little deeper at

www.canterburywater.org.nz


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Wednesday August 23 2017

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ashion

• By Sarla Donovan

DUST OFF your kilts and

dancing shoes – a ceilidh

(kay-lee) is coming to town.

The Scottish barn dance is

being put on by the Lyttelton

Seafarer’s Centre as a fundraiser.

Gardening

It’s looking forward to having

another successful event after last

year’s inaugural one attracted 120

people and raised $1000 for the

charity.

Co-manager Jess Armstrong

said she was surprised by the level

of enthusiasm

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last year. “People got very into it.”

As well as live music from

celtic ceilidh band The Rice

Paddies, there will be Scottish

dancing instructions and there’s

“no experience required,” Mrs

Armstrong said.

The Seafarers Centre provides

a centre in Lyttelton to help with

asty Bites

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seafarers who come into the port.

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Centre Ceilidh Scottish Barn

Dance will be on Saturday

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BOOK LOVER: Sumner resident Lucy Margison, 7, was one of

the first visitors in the new library.

Sumner centre opened with song

A LARGE crowd attended the

official opening of the new

library, community centre

and museum in Sumner at the

weekend.

They enjoyed songs by local

school children before the

building was officially declared

open by Mayor Lianne Dalziel

and the community was

welcomed in.

“The opening of Matuku

Takotako: Sumner Centre is

especially touching and significant

when you stop to consider

where we came from, and what

Sumner was going through just

six years ago,” Ms Dalziel said.

Armitage Willams Construction

built the $10 million centre

on behalf of the city council,

starting work in late July, 2016.

DIGNITARIES: Max Capocaccia, Peter Hansen, Yani Johanson,

Andrew McGill, Darrell Latham, Lianne Dalziel, Sara Templeton

and Deon Swiggs at the opening.

The Sumner Redcliffs Historical

Society contributed $50,000

towards the cost of the space for

the museum.

The society’s honorary secretary

Topsy Rule is thrilled with

the new home.

The society lost its museum

space in the old Sumner Borough

Council chambers building

as a result of the February

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OPEN: The library (left) and

Topsy Rule working in the new

museum space.

22, 2011, earthquake.

“The building will be such an

asset for Sumner and Redcliffs

as it is 110 years since the

original building of Sumner

Borough Council offices and

town hall was opened,’’ Mrs

Rule said.

Matuku Takotako is the

original Ngāi Tahu name for

Sumner Beach.

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After all, it’s this level of service that provides us the opportunity of future business, especially if

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Otis and Noah, the only all year 7

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“We trialled them three times

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He learnt to cook at home and at

school with cooking teacher Maria

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“At home, I cook things like steak,

and bacon and eggs is pretty fun to

make, too. At school, we don’t use

meat as much. This year, they’ve

given us, like, a mystery box and we

have to make a meal out of it. It’s

fun because we get to be creative.”

“We were really happy to be given

first prize. I didn’t think we were

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Linwood

College

PERSONALISED

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TO SUCCESS

2018 Student Leaders: 1st Row: Vai Mariner, Crystal Mehlhopt, Jenna Hollis, Leeah Mullany, Sarah Moana Wooff-Smyth

2nd Row: Eden Pettigrew, Adonai Schwenke, Anaru Gray, Cole Barrie

3rd Row: Havana Aaifou, Thomas McHutchison, Sapana Kharal, William Paulden, Sean Robertson-Wright, Makayla Austin

Enrolling now for 2018

Principal’s Report

National Fagasa Speech Competition

Kia ora koutou.

Talofa. Kia Orana.

Malo e lelei.

Bula. Fakaalofa

atu. Namaste

and Kumusta.

Greetings to our

Community.

Last year Linwood

College and a

group based on the East Christchurch

community centres undertook a major

community consultation about our

school. This opportunity to be involved

in the vision for the redevelopment of

Linwood College was whole-heartedly

embraced by the community. Over

1300 people responded with many of

these responses being face-to-face

conversations.

A variety of themes arose out of these

conversations with the dominant being

that:

Linwood College should nurture

personal excellence by providing

varied opportunities to meet

individual needs. The school should

foster a ‘love to learn’ culture that

creates high levels of achievement

and success in ways that are

accessible for all.

This theme drives everything that we

do and at present it is being applied to

how our students select their senior

subjects. Our own LC experience, that

of our families and whãnau and formal

research, all agree that for many

teenagers the process of selecting

subjects becomes more personally

important and meaningful when part

of considering wider career pathways.

This is why LC now calls our Years 7-10

curriculum the ‘Learning Pathway’ and

Years 11-13 the ‘Career Pathway’.

Yes, education is full of jargon but in this

case, there actually are some helpful

phrases that enhance understanding.

Two such terms are Backward

Mapping and UBD, Understanding

by Design. A useful overall summary

sentence is, “Start with the end in mind

and work backwards.” To support this

way of thinking we have redesigned

the Career Pathways booklet and

subsequent processes to link school

subject choices with pathwayunderstanding.

It is about positioning

teenagers to be future-focussed:

thinking ahead, playing to their

strengths and accepting challenges.

Ngã mihi nui to our community as the

positive activity of the year continues. I

am always keen to meet people if any

member of the community wishes to

talk to me about anything. My door is

open.

Richard Edmundson

Tumuaki - Principal

Major Production 2017 ‘Wolfstock’

Gateway to our Future

Emerging Leaders

Last month the Samoan National Fagasa speech

competition was held in Woolston at the EFKS

church. Congratulations to Vai Mariner - 1st equal

for Year 13, Titi Ma Sun - 4th for Year 13 and Gloria

Su'a - 2nd for Year 11. This was an outstanding

result especially considering that they were up

against students from the Auckland and Wellington

regions!

Vai Mariner- 1st equal for Year 13

Photo provided by Ana Mulipola

This year in ‘Gateway’ Linwood College students have work experience in a wide

range of industries and have been gaining some valuable skills.

First Aid

Hospitality

Health and Fitness

Year 13 students, Vanessa Franklin, Amber Taylor-

Jones and Tayla Spence receive certificates for

Advanced Customer Services, achieved through the

Gateway programme.

As the newly appointed Performing

Arts teacher, when I first came to

Linwood College I was quick to see

the wonderful talent that our school

had and sought a musical which our

students and families would enjoy.

Settling on a Maverick Musical called,

‘Wolfstock’ (written by Mary McMahan

with music by Donald Woodward),

this was the perfect challenge for our

students.

With time and practice the students

thrived in this environment and the

end product was exciting, funny and

dynamic. I am exceptionally proud of

my students and the effort that they put

in. To all the parents who transported,

waited, got up super early and gathered

costumes - thank you so much! We

could not have done this without your

support. I can't wait for the next one.

Mrs Boyce-Da Cruz

In early July, selected students

were given the opportunity

to attend the annual Christ’s

College Emerging Leaders’

Conference, along with

representatives from many

Canterbury schools. At this

conference many inspirational

speakers told their own

unique stories and passed

on quintessential advice for

Communities of Learning

aspiring young leaders.

Callum Lawson, said that the

day was an inspiration. His

favourite message was from

the speaker Joel Bouzaid, that

leadership is something that

you can own, something that

you can bend and mould to suit

your traits and strengths, so

that you can be the leader you

hope to be.

Callum Lawson

(Year 13)

Linwood College belongs to two Communities of Learning. Tamai is the schools

of Bamford, Bromley, Linwood Avenue, Linwood College, Linwood North,

Tamariki and Te Waka Unua. The other is Aupaki: Heathcote Valley, Linwood

College, Mount Pleasant, Our Lady Star of the Sea, Redcliffs and Sumner.

We are very excited about the rich opportunities that lay ahead for our tamariki

within these learning communities or kãhui ako from early childhood through to

secondary school and beyond for many years to come.

Linwood College • Phone: 982-0100 • Email: office@linwoodcollege.school.nz • www.linwoodcollege.school.nz


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We said: New metal

safety barriers will be

installed on Main Rd near

Shag Rock by the end of

August.

News

You said:

Topsy Rule – What a

great job at long last the city

council will be doing to Shag

Rock corner – there have been

many accidents and deaths/

drownings over the years and

congratulations to Darrell

Latham for his hard work on

this project.

FashionWe said: A group wants

Bill and Ann Newsom

– I think it is a waste of

money putting up barriers on

the corner by Shag Rock. You

should not be allowed to drive

if you cannot negotiate that

corner. It is unfortunate that

Bruce Imrie’s wife died because

Gardening

of the crash, but I understand

he had a black out when

driving. You cannot cater for

those conditions and the only

other crash I can remember

was when a drunk person did

not get round the corner.

What concerns me more is

that access to the steps going

to the beach at that corner

Motoring

have been cut off. Currently

there is no work going on to

repair the footpath near the

steps so there is no need for

closure.

When summer is coming

lots of people like to get down

to the beach there when

walking to Sumner. When are

the steps going to be reopened?

At the moment you have to

scramble down over rocks. I

am waiting to hear someone

has fallen and broken their

leg! Perhaps some temporary

steps could be made. Walking

all the way to Clifton is too

far for some older people

and the footpath there gets

congested with people, dogs

and sometimes bicycles.

to keep the road signs it

made asking motorists to

slow down – but the NZTA

say it has to go.

You said:

Nicholas Smeaton –

Just get a candidate for the

electorate to stick their photo

on it, it becomes an election

hoarding and is exempt – that

trick worked in St Albans!

Dave Hammond –

Driving into Little River I

came across the new sign

and thought how much more

effective it was than the usual

speed sign. Going through

the village I can easily see

that a 50km/h speed limit

makes good sense. It is what

SLOW DOWN: NZTA is asking for this sign to be taken

down when new speed limits come into effect on Friday. ​

the community wants, so why

should it be argued against

by those who are supposed to

look after our interests?

Brian Moore – Common

sense says it should stay. It’s

far better than speed bumps.

The sign is such a good idea, I

guess that’s why NZTA never

thought of such a sign. I say

it should stand until NZTA

comes up with a better

scheme for slowing down the

traffic.

Hamish Wilson – NZTA

seem to want everyone to go

fast through small towns and

past schools. Is this so we can

add even more to the road

toll? We need lower speed

limits anywhere where people

and especially children have

to mix with cars. A 50km/h

limit for Little River and a

30km/h limit outside ALL

schools (when our children are

around) please.

Hamish Middleton – I

don’t see why 50km/h is such

a huge problem for the NZTA.

Huge amount of pedestrians

crossing the road. 50km/h is

common sense.

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The lounge can be accessed either off the kitchen

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soft ambient atmosphere. In summer, Ross Maquire,

the architect has designed for two ranch sliders in

the lounge to open from the corner to allow great

indoor outdoor flow.

One of the ranch sliders extends out to a

sizeable, covered outdoor entertaining area that

basks in the last of the afternoon sun. The covered

outdoor lounge/dining area consists of approx. 30

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The interconnected living areas lead onto a

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There is a separate walk through laundry with

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For the outdoor enthusiast there is plenty of space

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Wednesday August 23 2017

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Lucinda Rees –

Of course Little River

should have a 50km/h

speed limit. This should

be the case in every

village. New Zealand

needs to lower its

road toll not raise it

even higher. Get real

NZTA and join the 21st

century!

Don Gould – Good

work and good article.

Raising awareness of

the speed change. Let’s

see them take it down,

store it carefully for a

month and then throw

it right back up if people

don’t pay attention to

the new speed limit that

was agreed.

Nathan Gemmill

– So if you’re doing the

speed limit and the sign

says please slow down

do you go slower? Then

when do you speed

up again? Road signs

need to be clear in their

meaning not confusing.

Bonnie Miller

Perry – Time for

NZTA to show a little

local empathy, and

allow the sign to stay.

Wal Thomas – Just

install it on private land.

Step closer for Redcliffs

Ruth Dyson, MP

for Port Hills

says the wheels

are finally in

motion to return

Redcliffs School

back to where it belongs –

in Redcliffs

THE RETURN of Redcliffs

School to its community moved

one step closer recently when

the hearings panel voted unanimously

to recommend that the

city council agrees to the land

swap – the Redcliffs School site

for Redcliffs Park.

I must say that I was really

impressed with the process.

Most impressive were the five

Redcliffs School students who

not only presented a considered

and thoughtful submission, but

calmly and strongly answered

questions. Well done to Charli,

Mia, Martina, Hamish and

William – you made us all

very proud! It says a lot about

the strength of the school and

community that these students

were in year 2 when the school

moved to Sumner and are off to

high school next year.

Even though the students

stole the show, other voices

and perspectives were heard

– including concerns that the

current sports users of the

park needed an alternative

venue, local residents with

both support and opposition,

Ngai Tahu who preferred a

different use for the school site

and the school board – all of

whom received a very engaged

response from the panel

members. It felt like democracy

in action!

But this is just the first step.

The city council will decide on

September 7 whether to accept

or reject this proposal. Should it

agree, the Ministry of Education

then starts its process of public

engagement. This process will

answer many of the questions

that local residents have asked

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which could not be answered by

the city council. And although

there is no requirement for

them to do so, the school will

engage with the community on

the actual design of the school

to get the best possible outcome.

The school is currently

working on their education brief

which will provide guidance to

the ministry about the master

planning and design. This

part of the process is being

undertaken under the Greater

Christchurch Regeneration

Act which still has public input

but in a different way than the

formal submission process

which city council has just

completed.

It feels like such a long time

since the minister made the

decision to allow Redcliffs

School to return home but

finally the wheels are in motion

for this to happen.

Change in

operating

hours

We’ve changed our hours at

two Customer Service Hubs to

better suit local communities.

Hornby Customer Service Hub

(At Hornby Library and Community

Centre, 2/8 Goulding Avenue)

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Lyttelton Customer Service Hub

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Cnr London and Canterbury Streets)

Monday – Friday, 10am – 6pm

For all the ways we can help,

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Wednesday August 23 2017

News

PLANTING: Some of the volunteers who helped to plant more than 3000 native plants into a

new reserve opposite Redcliffs Park at the weekend. ​

Native planting in Redcliffs

VOLUNTEERS planted almost

3500 native plants in a new

reserve opposite Redcliffs Park

at the weekend.

Scott Babington, chairman

of the Coastal Pathway Group,

said about 100 people helped out

over the two days.

“It was a fantastic effort,

especially considering the

cold and windy conditions on

Sunday.”

The reserve at the end of

the causeway was a gravel

parking lot previously and,

more recently, was used by

the construction company

responsible for the Beachville

Esplanade Wall and Coastal

Pathway construction.

Plants for the reserve

were donated by the Pacific

Development Trust, while the

Mainland Foundation helped to

supply and spread the soil and

the Lion Foundation helped

to obtain and place the

boulders.

Pupils give kapa haka debut

Parents, teachers and pupils were treated to a kapa haka

performance at the Governors Bay community hall recently.

Both the Diamond Harbour and the Governors Bay school

kapa haka groups performed at the event, which was run

for the first time. It was an outstanding performance and the

Diamond Harbour School kapa haka group is looking forward

to more opportunities to perform in the future. There are 50

pupils from years 4-8 in the kapa haka group which is led by

teacher Matua Maaka Tau.

Heathcote’s wearable art

OVER THE last few weeks at

Heathcote Valley School, year 5-6

pupils have been creating masks

and year 7-8s have been creating

wearable art costumes.

Thirteen pupils modelled

wearable art costumes last week

at Horncastle Arena as part of the

Christchurch Primary School’s

Cultural Festival.

Acting principal Fay Le Cren

said they were “absolutely

stunning.”

A special assembly was held at

the school on Friday to showcase

the costumes.

Liz Haddock and Mel Sutton

were thanked for their work

organising and supporting the

pupils.

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DEBUT: Blair McWhirter, Jade Majendie and Paul Timothy

competed at Bottle Lake Forest.

Sumner runners on podium

SUMNER RUNNING club

members cracked the podium

on multiple occasions at the

Canterbury road championships

in Bottle Lake Forest at the

weekend.

The club’s top performer was

Nathan Jones, who won the

masters men 40-plus 10km race

in a time of 35min 17sec. Blair

McWhirter, in his first race for the

club, finished second in the senior

men’s 10km event in a time of

32min 32sec.

Jess Fahey also found her way to

the podium, finishing third in the

under-20 women’s event with her

sister Meg taking fifth place in the

same event.

The juniors continued their

good form with Hero Barrettelli,

7, Amelie Clark, 8, and Abi Scott-

Douglas, 8, all claiming top three

finishes in their grade eight and

under race.

Charlie Bailey, 12, and Maddie

Sharpe, 12, who have been selected

for the inter-regional Canterbury

PODIUM: Hero Barrettelli

finished second in the grade

eight and under boys 2km

race.

primary schools cross-country

team, both finished fifth in the

grade 11/12 race. Lucy Wheeler, 9,

who is also training with the interregional

team, finished fifth in her

grade 9/10 race.

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BAY HARBOUR

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Paddleboarding to world champs

• By Gordon Findlater

MT PLEASANT’S Lucy Te

Moananui has been battling

the cold winter mornings

in preparation for the ISA

world SUP and paddleboard

championship in Denmark next

month.

“I’m lucky because my

husband gets me out of bed

every morning. He wants me

to do well so he’s been kind of

like a coach. Every morning,

the alarm goes off, cup of tea,

wet suit, and we’re off,” said Te

Moananui.

She finished second at this

year’s national champs and was

then selected to compete in the

world championship as part of

the New Zealand team.

The championship consists of

five different paddleboarding

disciplines, with individual

champions crowned in each

event and an overall champion

nation named at the conclusion.

With a couple of world

champions in their ranks, the

New Zealand team has hopes of

gold in Denmark.

WAVE RIDER: Lucy Te

Moananui will represent

New Zealand for the first

time at next month’s world

championship in Denmark.

She moved to Sumner 10

years ago from the United

Kingdom and soon took up

surfing and eventually SUP

surfing.

“I loved it, it was different,

it was challenging and I’ve

just kept on doing it,” said Te

SPORTS

Moananui. A teacher by day,

she is currently taking a year

out of the classroom to do

her Master of Education in

Te Reo Maori at Canterbury

University.

“It’s been great. It’s given me

a bit more flexibility than being

in the classroom all day, which

means I can study around

surfing.”

Te Moananui departs for

Denmark next week, where

the conditions will be cold,

something she’s become used to

over winter.

“It will be warmer than here.

The water temperature there is

going to be around 15 deg C,

which to me right now is like a

bath because here we’re looking

at about 9 deg C in the water,”

said Te Moananui.

The world championship

runs from September 1-10 in

Vorupor and Copenhagen.

Bays on track for fifth premier league title

FERRYMEAD BAYS are just

one win away from becoming

the first club to win five

mainland premier league titles.

Bays held their nerve at the

weekend to win two crucial

games against Universities 3-0

on Friday and Nelson Suburbs

4-0 on Sunday.

The results mean, with one

round remaining, Bays are one

point ahead of defending champions

Cashmere Technical who

also have four MPL titles.

Bays’ final match will be

against bottom of the table

Western on Saturday at 1pm at

English Park.

Needing a result to have any

chance of avoiding relegation

Western won’t be taken lightly.

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BARN STORM:

Lyttelton country/

folk band The Eastern

are providing the

music at the Redcliffs

School Barn Dance.

Apparently last year’s

event saw these

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floor. Friends, family,

anyone who wants to

have fun is welcome.

There’s a no-reserve

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with some fabulous

goodies on offer.

Van Asch School

gymnasium, Saturday,

August 26, 6.30pmmidnight.

Tickets $50

per person available

from the school office. ​

Papanui RSA, 55 Bellvue Ave

Mainly Music

Friday, 9.30-11.15am

Mainly Music is a fun,

educational half hour music

and movement session followed

by morning tea and a social/

play time. Go along and try it

out – the first session is free.

$4 per family casual rate. $30

for a 10-session card. For more

information, phone Hazel

384 1965 or 021 077 1264.

St Andrews’ Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs

Email: sarla.donovan@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Centre, 37 Nayland St. Free

event.

Chocolate Lectures

Monday, 10.30am

The U3A Pegasus lecture

series on chocolate concludes

this Monday. Historian Frieda

Looser’s final talk explores the

history of chocolate in New

Zealand. All welcome. For more

information phone Pat Whitman

384 3475, or Andy Blaikie 3

89 0841. Cost is $5.

Mt Pleasant Community

Centre, 3 McCormacks Bay Rd

Use it or Lose it

Wednesday, 9-9.50am

This class is for the over 50s

and is a gentle exercise class

suitable for those wanting to

improve their strength, balance

and mobility. First class is half

price.

Redcliffs Bowling Club, James

St, Redcliffs. $6.

Rockers of Ages Choir

Wednesday, 10am-12noon

Sing music from around the

world as well as fun and funky

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Confidential inquiries email aga.

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Head down to the bowling

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one of the city’s best known

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Costs $30 for great music and

food platters. Phone Anne for

tickets, 326 6299 or phone the

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Just months after a deadly attack on America, terrorists leave a trail of carnage through

London’s glittering West End. The attack is a brilliant feat of planning and secrecy, but with

one loose thread.

The thread leads Gabriel Allon and his team to the south of France and the gilded doorstep

of Jean-Luc Martel and Olivia Watson. A beautiful former British fashion model, Olivia

pretends not to know the true source of Martel’s enormous wealth. And Martel, likewise,

turns a blind eye to the fact he is doing business with a man whose objective is the very

destruction of the West.

Written in seductive and elegant prose, the story moves swiftly from the glamour of

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The Cause of Death by Cynric Temple-Camp

Strange and shocking stories of death and murder in provincial New Zealand

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SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 101

MSD91 LIMITED, (THE

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Sumner, Christchurch 8081),

has made application to the

District Licensing Committee

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ON-LICENCE NEW in respect

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Nayland Street known as THE

CORNERSHOP BISTRO.

The general nature of the

business conducted under

the licence is: ON-LICENCE

RESTAURANT CLASS 3.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol

is intended to be sold under

the licence are: MONDAY TO

SUNDAY 8.00AM TO 11.00PM.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office of the

Christchurch District Licensing

Committee, 53 Hereford Street,

Christchurch.

Any person who is entitled

to object and who wishes to

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may, not later than 15 working

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publication of this notice, file a

notice in writing of the objection

with the Secretary of the District

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No objection to the issue of a

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*Minimum spend $499 using Gem Visa or Gem CreditLine. Normal credit and lending criteria and fees apply. Minimum monthly repayments must be made during the

interest free period. The minimum monthly repayment of 3% of the outstanding monthly balance or $20, whichever is more, will not be sufficient to repay the purchase

amount(s) within the promotional period. Prevailing interest rate (currently 25.99% p.a. Gem Visa/29.95% p.a. Gem CreditLine) applies to any outstanding balance on

the expiry of the interest free period. Credit provided by Latitude Financial Services Limited.

TRADING HOURS: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm • Weekends 10am-5pm

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